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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FLUKE DUB Fluke Dub William Elliot Broxburn Dunbar
James Bishop Broxburn Dunbar
007 A Small Spot between High & Low water Mark and N [North] of Broxmouth It has a Sandy bed and retains water until after the tide has ebbed A quantity of Flukes left here by the tide fall an easy prey to the fisherman and birds. (hence the name)
THE WARD The Ward William Elliot Broxburn Dunbar
James Bishop Broxburn Dunbar
007 A middling Sized wood principally Beech and Situate near the village of Broxburn. The N [North] British Railway runs through it where it is intersected by Broxburn the wood is the property of the Duke of Roxburgh

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[Page] 44
List of Names collected by Corpl [Corporal] William Rogers R S [Royal Sappers] & Miners
Plan 7C Trace 1 & 3
Parish of Dunbar

Object
Fluke Dub - A Small Spot on Sea Shore
The Wards - A Wood

[Signed] William Rogers
Corpl [Corporal] R S & M [Royal Sappers & Miners]

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